Extended family sessions can be a great opportunity to capture precious moments with loved ones. With so many people involved, it’s essential to plan ahead to ensure that you get the shots you want. In this blog post, we’ll go over a list of “must-have” photos for extended family sessions, so you can make sure you don’t miss a moment.
“Need To Have” Photos
Full group shot: A full group shot is essential for extended family sessions. It’s the perfect way to capture everyone together, and it makes for a great keepsake. You can get creative with the pose or location, but make sure you capture everyone’s faces clearly.
Individual family shots: Take individual family shots of each family unit. It’s essential to capture each family separately, so everyone has a photo of their family to take home.
Generations: It’s always nice to have a photo of the different generations together. Capture grandparents with their children and grandchildren, or great-grandparents with their grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Siblings: If there are siblings within the extended family, make sure to capture them together. These photos will be treasured for years to come.
“Nice To Have” Photos
Cousins: Cousin photos are always fun to take. You can capture them playing together or posing for the camera. These photos will remind them of their childhood memories.
Groupings: Take photos of different groupings within the family, such as grandparents with their grandchildren, siblings with their children, and even cousins of similar ages.
Action shots: Take candid shots of the family interacting and having fun together. These photos will capture the true spirit of the family.
Individual portraits: Take individual portraits of each family member. These photos can be used for social media profiles, or as a gift for grandparents or other family members.
Close-ups: Don’t forget to capture close-up shots of each family member’s face. These photos will show the individual features and expressions of each person.
Fun poses: Have some fun with the family and take some creative poses. You can have the family jump in the air or do a silly pose, and these photos will bring back fun memories for years to come.
In conclusion, an extended family session can be a great way to capture memories with your loved ones. Make sure to plan ahead and capture all the essential shots. With this list of “must-have” photos, you’ll be sure to have a successful and memorable extended family session.
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